This professional stadium, home to the minor league Fort Worth Cats, is a superbly designed venue rebuilt over the top of the old LaGrave Field. While worth a trip for it's astonishing nighttime view of downtown Fort Worth alone, it also boasts a rich baseball history unknown to many local sports fans.
As a spring training location in the 1920's (and later as a farm team for both the Dodgers and the Cubs), some of the sport's greatest players honed their skills at this very location--do names like Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, and Roger Hornsby sound familiar? LaGrave harkens back to the days when baseball was played for the love of the game, and not so much for big bucks. And it's not unusual to see the tip bucket being passed in the stands if a hometown hero makes a good play.
If you love baseball, don't pass up a chance to visit this gorgeous, historical park, and get your fix at a bargain price. You'll still have plenty left to buy a hotdog. Batter up!
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